Healing Pathways

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     Mission



The mission of Healing Pathways is to promote and support the education and self-empowerment of women with disabilities, using the strength-based Healing Pathways program to promote lifelong positive changes.




          HASL Empowerment Group  
We value disability service agencies and programs that involve and support self-empowerment, self-determination, person-centered supports, peer mentoring, advocacy, and cross-disability inclusion.  We promote and support consumer control and hope to increase health, function, and quality of life for participants.

We use the term “woman” because our funding was specific to the development of a curriculum designed to be peer-led and all of us are women. 

We value disability service agencies and programs that involve and support self-empowerment, self-determination, person-centered supports, peer mentoring, advocacy, and cross-disability inclusion. We promote and support consumer control and hope to increase health, function, and quality of life for participants. We use the term “woman” because our funding was specific to the development of a curriculum designed to be peer-led and all of us are women.  





This project is a collaborative effort between Oregon Health Science University (OHSU); Portland State University (PSU); Disability Awareness Resource Team (DART) also located in Portland, Oregon; HASL Center for Independent Living located in Grants Pass, Oregon; and Eastern Oregon Center for Independent Living (EOCIL), located in Ontario, Oregon.>